Friday, April 19, 2024 Apr 19, 2024
65° F Dallas, TX
Advertisement
Publications

What’s Hot

Make statement with the best of fall trends: art deco, funky feathers, and buckles and belts.

Fall Frill
Feathers are the new fur—perfect as flirty accents on hats, skirts, and bags.
1. Louis Vuitton feather bracelet ($2,310/Louis Vuitton, Galleria Dallas)
2. Fendi ostrich-feather bag ($3,860/Neiman Marcus NorthPark)
3. Black ostrich feathers and velvet jet clip earrings ($380/Oscar de la Renta)
4. Louis Vuitton feather necklace ($5,390/Louis Vuitton, Galleria Dallas)
5. Sally Rosen feather necklace by Isabel Canovas ($1,200/214-252-9041 or www.20th-centurycollections.com)

Do Deco
Whether it’s a big statement necklace or cool colored tights, art deco accessories perk up fall’s subdued hues.
1. Christian Louboutin Mondriana platform ($1,120/Neiman Marcus Beverly Hills. 310-550-5900)
2. Round resin earrings ($14/The Fitting Room)
3. Fendi leather sweetbox clutches ($1,490/Neiman Marcus NorthPark)
4. Marc Jacobs art deco pendant necklace ($1,914/www.marcjacobs.com)
5. Fendi suede peep-toe platform heel ($615/Neiman Marcus NorthPark)

Buckle Up
On or off the waist, belts and buckles are an integral part of any fall outfit. These are the best of the bunch.
1. Michael Kors Kiki in Luggage Sport Suede ($340/www.eluxury.com )

2. Burberry leather studded Rowan tote ($2,995/www.burberry.com)
3. Dolce & Gabbana silver crested belt ($3,095/www.dolcegabbana.it)

4. Carolina Amato doubler gloves ($150/Neiman Marcus NorthPark)
5. Louis Vuitton Monogram Mirage Musette bag ($2,700/Louis Vuitton, Galleria Dallas)

photos courtesy of retailers

Related Articles

Image
Home & Garden

The One Thing Bryan Yates Would Save in a Fire

We asked Bryan Yates of Yates Desygn: Aside from people and pictures, what’s the one thing you’d save in a fire?
Image
Business

New York Data Center Developer Edged Energy to Open Latest Facility in Irving 

Plus: o9 Solutions expands collaboration with Microsoft and Dallas-based Korean fried chicken chain Bonchon to open 20 new locations.
Image
Restaurants & Bars

Where to Find the Best Italian Food in Dallas

From the Tuscan countryside to New York-inspired red sauce joints, we recommend the best of every variety of Italian food available in North Texas.
Advertisement